touch_the_sky at October 16th, 2011 14:14 — #1
rouncer at October 16th, 2011 14:31 — #2
haha, but it says my browser doesnt support html canvas, i dont know what that means but nothing happened except me seeing the picture.
reedbeta at October 16th, 2011 15:22 — #3
You'll need to use a browser with HTML5 support...Chrome or a newer Firefox will do, not sure what others there are at this point.
touch_the_sky at October 16th, 2011 15:30 — #4
Yep, I updated the message on the site.
Get recent Chrome rouncer! NOW! You ARE missing out just looking at your picture while nothing happens;) (if you do that, you'll see your image being transformed into a 'vintage sketch') Let me know if you want me to link to some site of yours / portfolio, etc.
rouncer at October 17th, 2011 01:50 — #5
Ok, I saw it, it looks cool, you definitely "enhanced" it. I dont really have a blog or anything, my entire internet history is just what i post on forums like this one.
thenut at October 17th, 2011 17:13 — #6
Rouncer, you runnin lynx or something? :lol:
Cool effect tts. I like how the image blends in with it. Just need a film countdown intro to go with it
touch_the_sky at October 18th, 2011 08:18 — #7
Not sure about film countdown..
BUT, as I'm working on a bigger release, I'm planning on adding 2 features for film-noir:
1) 'slight blinking' so it actually looks like it's being projected with one of them 'ancient' things (plus maybe a little shake every now and then)
2) level - the overall level of the effect, percentage - current effect as it is may be too strong on some images / too weak on others (depends on original colours). Would be even better if I added some sort of 'general colour scheme' detection and auto-adjust the right way by default (thinking further I could also check the content on top if any - paragraphs and such, to ensure right contrast, etc.)